Prints

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Warren Linn

Black Sax

1993 Letterpress, black ink on translucent archival velum 14 x 8.25 inches, 35.56 x 20.955 cm unframed Edition of 96 Sgined and numbered
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Warren Linn

Buckerro

1998 4-color archival silkscreen 22.5 x 22.5 inches, 57.15 x 57.15 cm unframed Edition of 3, plus 1 AP
CIVILIZATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS_MAP PRINT ONLY
Jerry Meyer

Civilizations and it’s Discontents

2010 Digital inkjet print 28 x 22 inches, 71.12 x 53.34 cm unframed Edition of 25 Certificate of Authenticity included _ Jerry Meyer has been working with solid acrylics (Plexiglas) since 1992.  In 1997, he began combining the acrylics with kitchen appliances (“under-appreciated icons of our lives”) and adding electric light. He then expanded upon his use of Plexiglas by incorporating other plastic materials as a source of translucent color, such as water guns, screwdriver handles, 45 vinyl records, plastic jewelry and plastic toys.  
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Warren Linn

Family

1990 Letterpress, magenta ink on cream archival paper 17.5 x 12.5 inches, 44.45 x 31.75 cm unframed Edition of 100 Signed and numbered
Harold your socks!
Jerry Meyer

Harold, Your Socks Don’t Match

2014 Giclee print 30 x 20 inches, 76.2 x 50.8 cm unframed Edition of 25 Certificate of Authenticity included _ Jerry Meyer has been working with solid acrylics (Plexiglas) since 1992.  In 1997, he began combining the acrylics with kitchen appliances (“under-appreciated icons of our lives”) and adding electric light. He then expanded upon his use of Plexiglas by incorporating other plastic materials as a source of translucent color, such as water guns, screwdriver handles, 45 vinyl records, plastic jewelry and plastic toys.      
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Jerry Meyer

How To Choose a Health Care Provider

2013 Giclee print 28 x 21 inches, 71.12 x 53.34 cm unframed Edition of 5 Certificate of Authenticity included _ Jerry Meyer has been working with solid acrylics (Plexiglas) since 1992.  In 1997, he began combining the acrylics with kitchen appliances (“under-appreciated icons of our lives”) and adding electric light. He then expanded upon his use of Plexiglas by incorporating other plastic materials as a source of translucent color, such as water guns, screwdriver handles, 45 vinyl records, plastic jewelry and plastic toys.
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Jerry Meyer

I Think I Ate Gluten

2015 Giclee print 21 x 17 inches, 53.34 x 43.18 cm unframed Edition of 15 Certificate of Authenticity included _ Jerry Meyer has been working with solid acrylics (Plexiglas) since 1992.  In 1997, he began combining the acrylics with kitchen appliances (“under-appreciated icons of our lives”) and adding electric light. He then expanded upon his use of Plexiglas by incorporating other plastic materials as a source of translucent color, such as water guns, screwdriver handles, 45 vinyl records, plastic jewelry and plastic toys.
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Danny Morgan

Jazz Section

2011 Inkjet print 11 x 17 inches, 27.94 x 40.62 cm, matted Edition of 100 Signed by artist _ Danny Morgan’s mission is not to dictate the meaning of the chords in his compositions, but is to create a colorful, visceral scored experience for the viewer. His paintings depict transitional space between music and color coming together into visual form. The viewer interprets his or her own intellectual, emotional, and visceral response to each work.
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Jerry Meyer

Not Covered

2014 Giclee print 24 x 18 inches, 60.96 x 45.72 cm unframed Edition of 25 Certificate of Authenticity included _ Jerry Meyer has been working with solid acrylics (Plexiglas) since 1992.  In 1997, he began combining the acrylics with kitchen appliances (“under-appreciated icons of our lives”) and adding electric light. He then expanded upon his use of Plexiglas by incorporating other plastic materials as a source of translucent color, such as water guns, screwdriver handles, 45 vinyl records, plastic jewelry and plastic toys.
SANIBEL SAMBA
Danny Morgan

Sanibel Samba

2011 Inkjet print 15 x 17 inches, 38.1 x 43.18 cm, matted Edition of 250 Signed by artist _ Danny Morgan’s mission is not to dictate the meaning of the chords in his compositions, but is to create a colorful, visceral scored experience for the viewer. His paintings depict transitional space between music and color coming together into visual form. The viewer interprets his or her own intellectual, emotional, and visceral response to each work.
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Danny Morgan

Sanibel Secret #1

2011 Inkjet print 16.75 x 19.5 inches, 42.545 x 49.53 cm, matted Edition of 100 Signed by artist _ Danny Morgan’s mission is not to dictate the meaning of the chords in his compositions, but is to create a colorful, visceral scored experience for the viewer. His paintings depict transitional space between music and color coming together into visual form. The viewer interprets his or her own intellectual, emotional, and visceral response to each work.
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Danny Morgan

Sanibel Spring #1

2011 Inkjet print 21 x 16.25 inches, 53.34 x 41.275 cm, matted Edition of 100 Signed by artist _ Danny Morgan’s mission is not to dictate the meaning of the chords in his compositions, but is to create a colorful, visceral scored experience for the viewer. His paintings depict transitional space between music and color coming together into visual form. The viewer interprets his or her own intellectual, emotional, and visceral response to each work.
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Warren Linn

Self Extracting

1997 Letterpress, magenta ink on cream archival paper 17.5 x 12.5 inches, 44.45 x 31.75 cm unframed Edition of 100 Signed and numbered
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Warren Linn

Shortride

1997 2 color letterpress, blue & silver ink on rust color archival paper 17.5 x 12.5 inches, 44.45 x 31.75 cm unframed Edition of 93 Signed and numbered
Second Amendment Rights _ copy
Jerry Meyer

They Tried to Take Away My Second Amendment

2013 Giclee print 28 x 21 inches, 71.12 x 53.34 cm unframed Edition of 5 Certificate of Authenticity included _ Jerry Meyer has been working with solid acrylics (Plexiglas) since 1992.  In 1997, he began combining the acrylics with kitchen appliances (“under-appreciated icons of our lives”) and adding electric light. He then expanded upon his use of Plexiglas by incorporating other plastic materials as a source of translucent color, such as water guns, screwdriver handles, 45 vinyl records, plastic jewelry and plastic toys.